Quote Roulette: Dean Smith

“If you treat every situation as a life and death matter, you’ll die a lot of times.”Dean Smith Is that checklist a life or death moment? Or, better yet, missing your significant other’s date night to get extra work done? How do we measure what gets the “life or death” token? Something each of us... Continue Reading →

Green Light

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Red lights will have you stop. In a car, you should do this for sure. But in life, personal red lights or challenges, road blocks, you need to run those lights. It's going to be hard because you have an unconscious bias that wants to keep you from running into... Continue Reading →

The Rule of Three

What’s your basis or foundation for the start of your day? Do you have a specific filter or guide that you want to see fulfilled or answered to in each day in order for it to feel really accomplished? Something when you think about it, pervades through all the noise and all that you do... Continue Reading →

Haiku #3: The Quiet

Illinois River Hued colored bright blue,Silent breezes, floral scents,Time, present, be still.Shawn Ward, 5-7-5 One of my hikes I happened upon this expansively massive river. This was at Starved Rock in central Illinois. Illinois River is the picture above that happens to be a tributary of the great Mississippi River. Just so happens it’s 273... Continue Reading →

William Arthur Ward

Not a relation, or maybe he is part of the long line of Ward's. Hard to know. But, I do know this. One of the most enriching things you can do is work to bring the best out in others. If you just show up to do that one thing, everyday, in just one person.... Continue Reading →

Haiku #2: My Spot

Zen Cafe Coffee Roasters, South Bend, IN Eclectic, calming.Smiles, laughter, meetings had.Community hum.Shawn Ward, 5-7-5 Haiku With this Haiku I tried to invoke the feelings one has for their favorite hang out. Where they like to go, other then their own home, to just unwind and do whatever we want to do for a few... Continue Reading →

Haiku #1: Coffee Moment

Smooth black ceramic,Steaming vapor, basic black.Warm touch, quiet dawn.Shawn Ward, 5-7-5 Kireji, American Haiku Exploring some of my writing, I thought I would get into trying my hand at Haiku. Below is a great explanation of what a Haiku is, some history, and different forms of Haiku. Masterclass take on Haiku: How to Write a... Continue Reading →

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